The pickings are a little slimmer this week, but we still had a couple of interesting announcements sitting in our inbox. The first is from CyberLink, and the second is from Tyan.
That Tyan announcement is likely related to the recent release of five new 6100-series Opterons, which bring higher performance within the same power envelopes as previous 8- and 12-core Opterons. Check out our full coverage for more details.
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